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Documentary-maker Lee Halpin meets death living Homeless in U.K
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After discussions it was decided to tell the stories of three individuals that have either previously used the service or are using the service at present. Farhan, Kerri and Leonna all had very individual stories to tell of the support given by 1625 Independent People and are proud to say that they benefitted from it immensely. Each now has a safe and stable home, where advice, counselling and training is on hand to find jobs or further their education, with Kerri and Leona now also working as volunteers, helping and guiding others who may have been struggling with similar problems in their past.
The aim of the charity is to help people that are homeless find a secure place to stay and engage them in a support plan based on their needs. Ultimately they offer the direction of finding a suitable place for living in shared houses or self contained accommodation. Once this is arranged the support doesn’t stop there; 1625 Independent People are always on hand to help them adjust to living as independent individuals, which is the main goal of the charity.
Thomas Dunn from 1625 Independent People said “Having a professional film made will allow us to directly show potential supporters the work that we do with the aim to inspire them for future funding”.
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